Ongoing Volunteer Opportunities
Looking for opportunities to respond to the COVID-19 crisis? Review the current COVID-19 volunteer opportunities here or check-out our COVID-19 Resources for more ways to help! You can also visit United Way King County's volunteer page for other ways to support our community during the COVID-19 crisis.
Looking to commit to something more than a done-in-a-day project? Check out the latest longer-term opportunities from our nonprofit partners, below. Note: these opportunities are not managed by Seattle Works--we offer the option to publicize organizations' ongoing positions on our website. The links below will put you directly in touch with the appropriate contact at the nonprofit of interest.
When you register for an opportunity, you’ll be prompted to create a Seattle Works account or log-in to an existing account. We ask everyone to sign up for an account before registering for a volunteer opportunity, training or event. Having a Seattle Works account makes it easier for you to view your upcoming events and past event history. It helps us make sure you are receiving timely and relevant communications about the programs you are signed up for. Please contact email@example.com with any questions about a Seattle Works account.
Want to post an opportunity? Go here for more information!
Opportunities will be removed after 3 months. To re-post, please complete the application again.
*If you are looking for board members, please go here.
Questions? Contact us!
At Seattle Works we strive to build a diverse and welcoming community through focus on equity in all aspects of our work. As part of this work, we expect and encourage our partners to work with us to make sure volunteering is accessible and welcoming for everyone. To learn more about our goals, please visit our Equity page. If you have experienced harassment, micro- aggressions, racial discrimination or other racial misconduct at a Seattle Works event, please hold us accountable via our Racial Grievance Reporting Form.
Current Opportunities (click links for full descriptions)